Long-term evaluation of vertebral artery injuries following cervical spine trauma using magnetic resonance angiography.

@article{Vaccaro1998LongtermEO,
  title={Long-term evaluation of vertebral artery injuries following cervical spine trauma using magnetic resonance angiography.},
  author={Alexander R. Vaccaro and Gregg R. Klein and Adam E. Flanders and Todd J. Albert and Richard A. Balderston and Jerome M. Cotler},
  journal={Spine},
  year={1998},
  volume={23 7},
  pages={789-94; discussion 795}
}
STUDY DESIGN A prospective study to determine the long-term outcome of traumatically induced vertebral artery injuries. Magnetic resonance angiography was performed at the time of cervical injury and at a follow-up office visit. OBJECTIVE To determine the long-term outcome in terms of arterial flow competency of traumatically induced vertebral artery injuries. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Vertebral artery injury associated with cervical spine trauma has been well documented; however its… CONTINUE READING

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